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Google Launches Play Protect then distributes malware infected apps
Google sells PlayStore app security and gifts you free malware in PlayStore distributes apps ...

Google Launches Play Protect then distributes malware infected apps

President Trumps tired, old Android phone | The District
President Trumps victory might have been yuuuj - but that hand set most definitely is not ...

President Trumps tired, old Android phone | The District

Intel brief on Russian hacking
Those darned Russians Read it. The DNI report on the impact of Putin and his band of merry hackers was released today and it is a very interesting read. The declassified 25 page document touches on many aspects : misinformation, fake-news, internet trolls, foreign relations and the many failures of the current administration to secure the country against these types of ...

DNI report on impact of Russian efforts to impact US elections

Pills of the droid
Android used to track Ukrainian Artillery positions | Security According to Reuters, Android malware was used to track and target Ukrainian artillery. This occurred between 2014-2016. CrowdStrike, a cyber security firm, reports that infected Android devices were able to transmit comms and location data of Ukrainian artillery units, and that data was used by pro-Russian separatists to strike Ukrainian artillery ...

Android used to track Ukrainian Artillery positions | Security

Evernote | Privacy policy allows employees to read your content
No…you can’t opt out. Interesting read from Forbes’ Thomas Fox Brewster: The paragraph that’s got most riled is the following: “If you would prefer to opt out of machine learning technologies on your content (including some which require some human review for oversight purposes), you can do so in your account settings, where it says, ‘Allow Evernote to use my ...

Evernote | Privacy policy allows employees to read your content

Android is as secure as iOS on the iPhone
That’s a bold statement Lenovo says hell-no to monthly security updates for Jokerola devices One of the stigmas Android has long had to live with is its alleged lack of security. Despite patches deployed directly by Google every month, the slowness of intermediaries such as carriers and OEMs has put the whole platform in a position of uncertainty, especially when ...

Android is as secure as iOS on the iPhone

Need a quick $1.8k? Sell 200 million Yahoo users credentials
200 million user account credentials for $1.8k? What a bargain! ...

Need a quick $1.8k? Sell 200 million Yahoo users credentials

Vicious
There is no good back-door Microsoft back-door screwed the pooch Microsoft back-door screwed the pooch And this pooch cannot be unscrewed Ben over at 9to5 Mac wrote a great piece about OEM’s who build back-doors – in the context of the incident in San Bernadino. I’ve good some advice for any OEM who believes that the need for one to ...

Microsoft just back-door screwed the pooch

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